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Persuasion in Groups

“What works on crowds are images, sounds, and the strong voice of a leader repeating simple messages.”-James Garvey, PhD

“There’s always wiggle room, always an opportunity for the PR apologist to play down consequences or deny bad intentions.”-James Garvey, PhD… 548 more words

Psychology And Sociology

Do Indie Films Need Publicity? The Answer May Surprise You- PART I

I know what you’re thinking.

You’re thinking: “oh suuure…she’s going to say yes because she’s a publicist”.

Not exactly. Bear with me on this one. When I started… 543 more words

Filmmaking

Introduction

Hey there Social Hokies!

Thanks to this class I finally have a reason to start blogging. (Although, somewhere on the internet you can probably find my sad attempt to start a travel blog.) 296 more words

15 years of learning

It has been a week to reflect, amid the turmoil of another busy time in work. I have had a chance to review the events from the past 15 years within my current role. 460 more words

Communication

What Company Looks into when Its Celebrity Screws up

Companies sign a partner contract with popular public figures for their strong follower base or matched characteristics, not for a negative buzz to get their services or products tracked. 1,363 more words

Strategy

Corporate Team Building Craze Continues to Grow at QQuest Escape Games

Fort Lauderdale, FL (August 25, 2016) – Nowadays, team-building activities are all the rage, especially among corporations seeking ways to ramp up teamwork. While the concept isn’t new, South Florida corporations have recently turned to the innovative QQuest Escape Games and Think Escape Games as a popular way to boost their productivity. 494 more words

Conceptual Communications

High gloss won’t restore the sheen on the warty toad

POLITICAL NEWS: Part 3

(Earlier this week I wrote that the comb-over candidate’s spinmeisters are redoubling their efforts to curb the candidate’s runaway tongue by having him stick to a carefully scripted playbook. 701 more words

Authenticity